Resources for Remote AT Services

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Remote Services Planning Worksheet-This worksheet was developed by Gayl Bowser to help individuals identify the goals and activities they want to address when planning a remote AT service It included project goals and addresses technology features and other resources needed.

WATR online Open Lab Announcement and schedule-The University of Wyoming’s  Assistive Technology Resources Program (WATR) holds a weekly Open Lab for Assistive Technology.  Individuals can visit in person at :UW ECHO networks are hub-and-spoke knowledge-sharing communities led by experienced teams using multi-point videoconferencing to conduct virtual sessions with stakeholders across the state. These virtual learning communities provide educators, service providers, case managers, administrators, families, and others access to expert advice from professionals throughout the state and country, building capacity in home communities to implement best practices and improve outcomesny time, but Wyoming is a very big state.  So WATR decided to add an online compontnet to their open lab. They publish a link to Zoom and anyone who wants to sign in can have a virtual open lab experience.

Project ECHO University of Wyoming ECHO networks are hub-and-spoke knowledge-sharing communities led by experienced teams using multi-point videoconferencing to conduct virtual sessions with stakeholders across the state. These virtual learning communities provide educators, service providers, case managers, administrators, families, and others access to expert advice from professionals throughout the state and country, building capacity in home communities to implement best practices and improve outcomes.  Learn about Project ECHO in AT at http://www.uwyo.edu/wind/echo/assistive-technology/index.html.